Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Corporal Steven L. Levy

Washington Township Police Department, New Jersey

End of Watch Thursday, October 21, 1999

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Reflections for Corporal Steven L. Levy

Grew up with him. Wonderful friend ... still sad and am sorry he is not here. Always a good man! From the time he worked st shoe store..., paid cash for first car.., Brother Barry who could give license plates to any car on street... little sister he had.... good person. I still think of you .,so happy for all you had!! Hope and pray family all ok!! Stevie Levie.... first Jewish kid on block
.... ❤️

Angela Aiello
Friend / secret crush

March 17, 2019

Grew up with him. Wonderful friend ... still sad and am sorry he is not here. Always a good man! From the time he worked st shoe store..., paid cash for first car.., Brother Barry who could give license plates to any car on street... little sister he had.... good person. I still think of you .,so happy for all you had!! Hope and pray family all ok!! Stevie Levie.... first Jewish kid on block
.... ❤️

Childhood friend/neighbor
Friend / secret crush

March 17, 2019

Just thinking of you today buddy. I miss you. Great father, great friend and a tremendous officer. It was a privilege to call you my friend.

Ret. Cpl Joseph Greer #77
Washington Twp Police

September 13, 2018

Steve, you are part of our family the brothers in blue. I worked with you and laughed with you and of course we all miss you. I was honored once again today 9/17/2017 to be able to ride in your Memorial Run. We lost a true cop's cop when you were taken from this earth way too soon. Your family is proud of you and they will always be true blue.
You might be gone but you will never be forgotten.
Ret. Captain Bernard Rodgers WTPD

Ret. Captain Bernard Rodgers
Washington Township Police

September 17, 2017

CPL. Levy was a fine officer. GOD rest your soul Brother.

Det?Lt William H. Lloyd
Washington Township P.D.

October 22, 2015

Rip brother levy may the lord be with you and your family

wayne myers
CCDOC Retired

October 20, 2015

Thank you for your sacrifice. May you rest in peace.

mik

July 29, 2014

Kiss, hug and love you. You'd be so proud of K & J !!

janeen
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January 30, 2013

I miss you. You'd be so proud of Kevin and Jess!! We think of you often!! Please look out for them!

janeen

January 30, 2013

To my friend,
Thinking about you today. You are missed by us all. RIP ad god bless.

Chris Basile
Friend

October 21, 2012

I am humbly reaching out to the Levy family on behalf of Moment of Silence, Inc. - a non-profit founded to provide educational support for the children of our fallen heroes.

We understand that PO Levy's oldest son has graduated high school (congrats) and may be making college plans at the moment. Moment of Silence would like to assist with the educational costs and ask them to contact us.

Thank you and God bless.

CEO & Executive Director Charles Meyers
Moment of Silence, Inc

August 2, 2012

I watched your son, Kevin, receive several awards tonight at the Washington Twp High School senior awards night. You would have been very proud of your son. His resemblance to you is remarkable. Rest in peace.

Laura Indriso
Family friend

June 12, 2012

I was telling my class about you yesterday. Your legacy lives on in those who loved you.

Susan Sperduto-Bobjak
Friend

March 28, 2012

Thinking about you today Steve - your wonderful sense of humor and your smile. God Bless you and your family my friend.

Marie Walter
Elementary & high school classmate

February 18, 2012

Sorry to see a dedicated officer fall. I've been a Township resident my whole life and it always pains me to see the memorial in the park and the newspaper mounted in the police station wall. God bless you and your family. You are not forgotten.

Lifelong WT Citizen

February 10, 2012

Corp,

Gone, but definitely not forgotten. There is peace knowing that you've got our backs from above as we continue the fight down here.

Officer Thomas McWain #2610
South Harrison Township

May 10, 2011

To The Family of Cpl. Levy:
I wanted to offer my sympathies on your senseless death. Cpl. Levy your bravery and courage will never be forgotten. You are missed by your family, friends and colleagues. My dad was a new York city policeman with the 102 precinct for almost 40 years. Rest in peace Cpl.Levy and Olav Hashalom.

Rabbi Lewis S. Davis

February 16, 2011

To The Family of Cpl. Levy:
I wanted to offer my sympathies on your senseless death. Cpl. Levy your bravery and courage will never be forgotten. You are missed by your family, friends and colleagues. My dad was a new York city policeman with the 102 precinct for almost 40 years. Rest in peace Cpl.Levy and Olav Hashalom.

Rabbi Lewis S. Davis

February 16, 2011

Thank you for your service.

Your Wife, Children and Friends/Family will remain in my thoughts and prayers.

Rest in peace Corporal.

J. Clendening #407
Glades County Sheriff's Office, FL

October 21, 2009

Cpl. Levy,

Soon will be the 10th anniversary of your passing. Last week was the 8th annual "Ride to Remember" in your honor. I had the pleasure of briefly meeting your Wife and Brother, and could see the pride they felt that you have not been forgotten after all this time.

I had only met you a couple times, but your legacy lives on.

Ptl.
Glassboro

September 30, 2009

Corporal Levy,

Although I had never met you, I can see that you are undoubtedly a hero. You would be thoroughly proud of your son, a spitting image of you; he still looks up to you, calling you a hero and seeing you as an honorable figure of valor. I am certain that he has already begun to follow in your footsteps, and even though he was young, I know that he remembers your shoes that he plans to fill. You have a beautiful family, and I thank you for serving not just this community, but for striving to preserve the goodness in this world. Even after ten years, your life has not been forgotten. Thank you so much!

Anonymous

May 16, 2009

Hm... I really, really wish you were here.
Thanks for all that you've done...
And I think you'd be terribly proud of your sons.

Sher

March 17, 2009

It was a true honor to attend your funeral nearly 9 years ago. Rest in peace.

Patrolman Brad L. Reider #185
Jackson Twp. PD (NJ)

October 8, 2008

Rest in peace brother

Anonymous

September 21, 2008

RIP

Anonymous

September 8, 2008

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